PARIS, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Former Safran executive Gregoire Olivier is to become the new head of French car parts maker Faurecia , a Faurecia spokeswoman said on Friday. "He has been selected by an appointment committee and the supervisory board is due to confirm his appointment in the next few days," the spokeswoman said. Olivier replaces Pierre Levi as Faurecia's new chairman and chief executive after Levi resigned earlier this month amid a bribes probe. Earlier on Friday, French ...
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